German technology giant Siemens and Swinburne University have partnered to set up the country's first demonstration and application centre for a cloud-based industrial IoT operating system.
Using cognitive machine learning, Progress boasts its DataRPM not only delivers the industry's "first Industrial IoT self-service option", but also achieves "faster time-to-insight, improved uptime, quality, yield and maintenance of industrial assets".
In a world dominated by the industrial Internet of things (IIoT), data would be collected from the machines and analysed to improve production and efficiency, and subsequently, reduce costs, according to Andrew Timms, sales director, APAC with Paessler AG.
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